Amalgam Fine Model Cars 1:8 Ferrari F10 (Decal Application)
A short video showing one of our skilled model makers applying the decals
to a 1:8 scale Ferrari F10 model. Accurate positioning is essential and
this process takes over five hours. The complex pattern of exposed carbon
composite on the car is represented by another set of decals applied prior
to this followed by a coat of clear lacquer.
Main tools used are as follows:-
'Swan Morton' scalpel (blades regularly changed)
High quality stainless tweezers
'Citadel Miniatures' pure sable brush
Cotton wool buds
Clean cutting mat
Wrecked Toy Cars Made Good
If only it were true.... I have also made a reverse version of this video
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UVvBHilhHbo&feature=youtu.be for my other
channel - much funnier backwards please check it out
Please see my Skybusters playlist
Matchbox Superfast playlist
Matchbox Diecast 75 series Regular
Models of Yesteryear
Emergency Vehicle Die Cast
Diecast Sports Car
Wrecked Toy Car Scapyard
Diecast Collecting Price Check on ebay
Some closeups of models that are in my other vids.The yellowish parts are
resin cast peices i made for junkers/junkyard.
Model kit car collection
Some of my build model kit cars, in 1:24 and 1:25 scale. Yes, I know some
of them are still missing details at the time of the photoshoot. I tend to
be a bit hasty taking pics, before the final details are in place.
The song is Mount Marilyn with the band Tiamat.
Please feel free to comment.
goodguys rust GT 500.wmv
-Modelo plástico em escala1:25 (Revell), onde apliquei uma técnica de
envelhecimento com base em ferrugem desenvolvida por mim, dando o aspecto
de carro abandonado, largado em algum ferro velho ou terreno baldio...
............obrigado pela visita.
- Model plastic escala1: 25 (Revell), which applied a technique based on
aging rust developed by me, giving the appearance of the abandoned car,
dropped in some junkyard or wasteland ....
thanks for your visit...!
Denis Bomfim...by Goodguys...!
'67 Mustang Model Car
This is my first model car that I've successfully attempted. Well...it
depends on what you mean successful. You can tell it's not perfect, but I
believe that I will get better over time. We learn through our mistakes.
Even I didn't want to correct the mistakes I've made because I can look at
the Mustang as an indicator
on what I need to improve on. It doesn't have all the parts, plenty of
fingerprints, and I messed up gluing the bumpers together (which I think is
the hardest part). Forget the shocks...those were too small to deal with.
It was pretty fun though, haven't attempted building my own model cars
since I was around 12-13 so it was a difference.
I have other model cars that are much larger and pre-built. I just want a
new hobby, that's all.
If you got any tips and tricks on building a model car, be sure to comment.
I'll eventually be building another model car, so I'm always looking for
advice on what I need to improve on.
Hope you enjoyed the video! Be sure to rate, comment, and subscribe. Peace.